Hot, fresh and tasty, Noam, Mattia and Alfie are the trio of talented musicians that make up Galactic Dust, the North London band creating delicious homemade music. The recent release of their single, ‘The Pizza Song’ has caught the attention of publications like Music Crowns, Eat This Music and Sounds Good Blog, to name but a few. With a refreshing outlook to music creation and a sound unlike any other, Galactic Dust are an exciting new player in the world of indie-pop.
Produced by Alfie, played by Mattia and sung by Noam, Galactic Dust do it all, creating their music entirely in-house and ‘The Pizza Song’ is of no exception, freshly baked in their home studio and delivered to your door. Inspired by the sounds of the 90s as well as influences from artists spanning from Kali Uchis to Tame Impala, ‘The Pizza Song’ is an amalgamation of the band’s rich and varied musical influences, all mixed together to create a unique and ‘sparkly’ soundscape Galactic Dust are known and loved for.
From funk-inspired basslines, 80s synth lines and poptastic lyrics, ‘The Pizza Song’ is a tasty treat for the ears. Noam’s soulful lead vocals carry the song, delivering lyrics packed with humour and innuendo over a masterful instrumental you just can’t help but dance to.
Speaking on the message behind ‘The Pizza Song’, Galactic Dust share:
“‘The Pizza Song’ is a track that melts humour with seriousness and self-derision with empowerment. It presents Noam in a leading role with sexy and liberating lyrics. She appropriates codes of seduction, explicitly expressing her desires, pleasures and weaknesses with no filter. The point of the song is to give Noam a voice that is not often offered to many female artists in popular music.
‘The Pizza Song’ is fun, sexy, genuine, unapologetic and in-charge and Noam is the sassy frontwoman at the helm of it all, telling the boys what to do and defining the relationship in the way she wants to, with confidence, elegance, style and humour. The music video reflects our [Galactic Dust’s] will to disrupt the usual imagery attached to women in pop culture. The barrier between male and female representation is broken down in the video as the male band members are given traditionally feminine roles, supporting and backing their front-lady. The ‘pizza bath’ scene especially offers a vignette of us all and how we juxtapose sexual magnetism with humour and personality.”